by Missions Team on July 21, 2022
On Saturday mornings my wife and I go out for coffee.
“Are we all set for July 29th?” she asked.
In all fairness, we hadn’t gotten our coffee yet. I nodded. It can’t be our anniversary, that was last month. Her birthday was in March.
She has a way of waiting for an answer that can make the most hardened criminal melt in terror. “You have no idea what I’m talking about, do you?”
The coffee arrived, giving me a moment to look at the calendar on my phone. Okay, July 29th, it’s a Friday... It didn’t help.
She crossed her arms and smiled. She was enjoying this way too much.
“Go to the Timberline Website.”
I did as told.
“You follow directions very well,” she said giving me the smile that reminded me why I married her.
“Now click here...."
“The Jesus Film,” she said.
“And free Chick-Fil-A. I’ve seen this already; you know I don’t like reseeing movies.”
“How many times have you seen the Die Hard movies?” she raised an eyebrow.
“Christmas movies don’t count.”
“The Die Hard movies are not—"
I held up my hands in surrender. It was an argument I wasn’t going to win.
“What about your Bible?” She asked.
“What about my Bible?”
“How many times have you reread a passage and found something new?”
“Maybe you’re right, maybe I’ll walk away learning something new,” I told her.
“I’m always right.” There was that smile again.
The Jesus Film is not simply entertainment. It is a mission tool, translated into 1,900 languages and shown in every country. The Timberline Missions Office is putting on an evening for the Timberline Family and your family to view this powerful tool of evangelism. Join us on July 29th in the South Auditorium at 6 PM to experience the Gospel come to life.
This event is FREE. Childcare is not provided. Chick-Fil-A boxed dinners will be provided so registration is required.
Meet the Author: John F Schultz is a writer who left his job in broadcast to pursue a career in writing…that’s what he will tell you. Actually, he just got tired of working full-time. He is a graduate of Bethany University and spent three years in Europe after graduation working with the Assemblies of God in missions. He lives in Cheyenne with his wife Donna and two very obnoxious dogs.